President Kenyatta met his political arch-rival and National Super Alliance (Nasa) leader Raila Odinga at Harambee House in Nairobi.
It was the first time the two were meeting face-to-face since their fallout following the hotly contested August 8, 2017 General Election and October 26, 2017 repeat presidential poll that Mr Odinga boycotted.
The agenda of the meeting centred on how to unite and heal Kenya following a divisive General Election in 2017.
While reading their joint statement, Mr Odinga said the political differences that have divided more than four Kenyan generations “must now come to an end”.
On his part, Mr Kenyatta said they had agreed to put the interests of Kenya and Kenyans first.
The two leaders did not take any questions from journalists.
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